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Spring 2012

 

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Six new community partnerships have been setup, the setting up of the community partnerships provides a range of benefits that will allow local communities to identify local issues, address concerns and help reduce crime.  Its going to be a summer to remember

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so get involved in either the Jubilee or Olympic celebrations, there's lots of advice in the newsletter. The council is to support the use and sale of goods with the Fairtrade mark in its premises, including leisure centres and tourist attractions. The council is seeking the views of residents and local businesses about how waste will be managed in the coming years.

 

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Winter 2011

 

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In this issue: Withernsea High School head teacher Dr Fiona Ireland is set to retire after 22 years at the school.  Have your say on the planning blueprint.  Free weekend parking, a popular scheme to waive weekend car parking charges in the run-up to Christmas which the council has been running for the past few years, has this year been extended. East Riding business centres provide information, advice and support.  Residents can now nominate for the 2012 East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Chairman’s Awards.  The annual awards, which will now include the Chaiman’s Sport Awards, are given to individuals, businesses and projects that have helped to improve the East Riding over the past year.

 

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Autumn 2011

 

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In this issue: New council website offers career options for school leavers; Giving people more control and choice over how they receive care; No new parking restrictions as council takes over all aspects of enforcement; Beverley Literature Festival returns; Managing your waste; New council website; Council meeting its budget targets; Plans for major road schemes; Council helps to fund free legal advice; what’s on; how to contact the council and competitions.

 

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Summer 2011

 

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In this issue: council to roll out a new glass, plastics and Tetra Pak collection in the blue bins; introduction of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme; summer reading challenge for children; new byelaws to stop tombstoning; election results 2011; World Cup bid; funding bids for two major transport schemes; road repair programme tackles winter weather damage; East Yorkshire Classic returns in July what's on; how to contact the council and Competitions.

 

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Spring 2011

 

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In this issue: census update and a look back at information recorded from the 1911 census; planning a royal street party for your community; Pathfinder project tackles coastal erosion; make sure you are registered to vote in the elections this May; managing your waste; how 2011 budget protects essential services; the digital switchover; resurfacing work after severe winter weather;   volunteers   wanted   to   protect wildlife on roadside verges; find out about the rewards of foster care; flood advice; what's on; how to contact the council and your local councillors and competitions.

 

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December 2010

 

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In this issue: Quad bikes help council salt more key footpaths; Winner in Sewerby Hall’s penguin naming competition; New Pocklington roundabout will help cut commuter traffic; Local volunteering; New affordable homes complete; Photo contest launches; Christmas cardboard collections; Sign up for free school meals; Christmas drink-driving countdown; Tips for Christmas Day roast; Have a safe Christmas – trading standards warn of buying cheap or fake products; The Spa offers its halls to exhibiting artists; Letters page. Win tickets to see Peter Andre, Strictly Come Dancing, A Sound Asleep Pillow, Billy Connolly DVDs, WWF children’s packs and Spa panto tickets.

 

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November 2010

 

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Creating new homes and jobs – building programme helps to provide work for apprentices; Re-inventing school exercise; Business centres open their doors to prospective female entrepreneurs; Advance Goole demolition works begin; Tackling budget challenges; Recycling up, waste in green bins down; Choices Centre opens; Libraries text service; Motorists urged not to leave gifts for thieves.  New centre gives support and advice for carers; Grant scheme to help communities protect their heritage; Fun Young Informed – A great year…: Applying for jobs via recruiter site; Local Transport Plan sets new objectives to improve East Riding links.  Stroke victim encourages others to use exercise referral scheme; Four-page winter roads pull-out; Letters page.  Win a hamper; Panto, music, cinema and Hull City tickets to be won.

 

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October 2010

 

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Bridlington regeneration work continues after funding ends; Real job satisfaction – school crossing patrol; Sewerby short breaks for carers; Volunteering feature; Get Online Week encourages residents to embrace the internet; Pocklington’s Pocela Centre now open; Businesses offered help with recycling; Community Legal Advice Network holds open day; Top award for Skidby Windmill; National Parents’ Week feature; Reducing flood risk - Shiptonthorpe community clears local stream; Bridlington’s adiZone - new outdoor gym and exercise area set to open; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page and win tickets and a winter service.

 

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September 2010

 

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Back to school – pupils and staff look forward to new academic year; Competition to name Sewerby Hall’s newest Humbolt penguin; Save energy and money – eco-packs on loan from local libraries; Retired – why not try volunteering? Beverley Literature Festival returns with something for all ages; New Spa Gardens host first event; Garden waste tips; Huge public response on planning and development consultation; New campaign on social media; National data matching exercise; Don’t be caught out by thieves; Annual report 2009/10; New campaign tackles driver awareness; Final children’s centres open; New lease of life for KGV playing fields; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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August 2010

 

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New school in Hedon highlights long-term investment projects; Exhibition marks 100 years of Champney gifts to the East Riding; Ofsted success for adult education; Volunteering awards; New signals installed where A1079 Beverley bypass meets A164; Damaged grade two listed bridge reopens; Food waste caddies stacked ready for roll out; Pathway improvements open up the countryside for everyone; Tourist information centres move to new locations; Education and learning feature; Helping landlords to let better quality accommodation; Big Skies Bike Rides in the Yorkshire Wolds; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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July 2010

 

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New bin services - council to launch collections of food waste and cardboard; Clippers cruise the coastline – East Riding coast hosts final leg of 35,000 mile journey; Parking review panel’s recommendations come into effect; New ‘nurture room’ helps children deal with their emotions; Leading Lines special - How the new budget will affect us; Free seeds highlight waste; Composter guide; New strategy aims to cut council carbon and save money; Expanded shopwatch scheme tackles shoplifters in Beverley; MTV Finland helps Zac find his history in Hornsea; All East Riding schools complete Healthy Schools programme; Successful trial may lead to collection of food waste and cardboard from brown bins; Staying safe in the sun; Giving children a love of literature and the arts; Cycling event promises excitement for everyone; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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June 2010

 

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Council set to boost road repair programme by £2.25m; Retired social worker and local history writer publishes memoirs of life spanning ten decades; Beverley town centre turned into an outdoor gallery; Helping local small businesses grow; New park and ride aims to reduce congestion in Bridlington; New public health vehicle to deliver healthy living advice; Free compost dates; Dementia awareness; Playground offers new range of learning and playing activities; New £1.2m Library and Adult Learning @ Bridington centre opens: School’s Out booklet is full of fun; Celebrating local success - 2010 Chairman’s Awards results; New children’s centre in Anlaby; Volunteering Week; Quality service at East Riding leisure centres; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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May 2010

 

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Beverley family are East Riding’s green ambassadors; Farmers markets go from strength to strength; Environment Agency produces revised flood plan; Local plans to help tackle climate change; Improvements to transport network in East Riding; What you need to know about employing young people; Annual figure show waste is down and recycling is up; Advance Goole continues improvements with new play facilities; Walkington gets walking – using foot power to get to school; Fostering team achieves national recognition; Residents asked to shape the future of the East Riding; Adult Learner Week feature; A weekend of poetry ay Bridlington Poetry Festival; Plus: jobs pages, letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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April 2010

 

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Bridlington’s economy-boosting marina proposal takes its next steps; After six months of “Win a Wedding” competition, the lucky winners are announced; New construction courses help young people to find employment; Partnership tackles anti-social behaviour; Vehicle checks to stop illegal waste dumping; New books arrive in East Riding libraries; Blue bin changes – exchange option and new calendars; Housing project gives jobs boost; Spring cleaning for local villages; Illegal money lending team can help tackle loan sharks; “Fun, Young, Informed” feature dedicated to teenagers and young people; Citizenship ceremony welcomes East Riding’s newest residents; Readers’ day celebrates tenth anniversary; Romantic gesture at Flamborough lighthouse; Plus: jobs pages, letters page and tickets to be won.

 

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March 2010

 

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The Community Legal Advice Network offers free and friendly advice on legal matters; Pupils see in Chinese new year; Safeguarding wildlife – residents invited to comment on biodiversity plan; Helping residents tackle fuel poverty; The new face of Goole; New website helps Polish migrants integrate; Budget minimises council tax increase; Bridlington’s community nominate work to be undertaken by its offenders; Car parking proposals; Funding for new jobs; Affordable housing; Young people voting for UKYP candidates; A year of V Team success; Free seed giveaway; Win Rihanna tickets; Plus: jobs pages, letters page, and your last chance to be entered into heritage coast wedding draw.

 

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February 2010

 

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Change for life - new information packs encourage healthy lifestyles; Replica sword on show at Treasure House; Scheme offers money towards upgrading to an A-rated boiler; Residents thrive on East Riding arts scene; Officer on streets to help residents with recycling; Raising the standards of rented housing; Improving transport; Quality dad time; Make a nomination for a chairman’s award; Soccer scheme tackles anti-social behaviour in young people; New career opportunities through apprenticeships; Battling the winter weather; Focusing on council priorities; Bridlington’s Tone Zone refurbishment complete; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page, and your chance to win a wedding worth up to £5,000 and a mobility scooter worth £2,000.

 

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January 2010

 

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Fitness for all - Haltemprice Leisure Centre shortlisted for top award; Third phase of Goole High School development given go-ahead; School expands services for Newbald village community; East Riding Local Area Agreement – Independence for people with learning disabilities; Walkington School achieves Green Flag ‘eco-school’ status; New film and sound archive brings history to life; Local groups encouraging green projects which help residents; Fly-tippers will not be tolerated – make sure you know your waste gets disposed of correctly; A family share their experiences of providing foster care; Considering how future coastal erosion will be dealt with; East Riding pupils miss more schooling due to term time holidays than pupils in other areas; Green Flag award highlights excellent partnership working provided by public services; East Riding mobile libraries praised in national report; Adult education feature; Plus: jobs pages, your letters page, and your chance to win a wedding worth up to £5,000.

 

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